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    The sleep store has a 20% off offer atm with the coupon code night night on Tulas atm. Plus fee shipping. Though you have to be quick - think its going to run out soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by me+he&she=three View Post
    The sleep store has a 20% off offer atm with the coupon code night night on Tulas atm. Plus fee shipping. Though you have to be quick - think its going to run out soon
    I'm trying really hard to not spend money!!!! This is very tempting.

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    are any of these recommendations good for a newborn? or is a sling better option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleissk View Post
    are any of these recommendations good for a newborn? or is a sling better option?
    I had an ergo with insert for my dd as a newborn. She was very little too. I liked it.
    I can't comment on the manduca but I think it has an inbuilt newborn insert.
    I also had a sling which I liked to use a fair bit but preferred the ergo. I still use the sling for short trips now with dd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleissk View Post
    are any of these recommendations good for a newborn? or is a sling better option?
    A sling might be better for tiny newborns. Manducas have a built in newborn support whereas the ergo needs an optional one. Just make sure you follow TICKS guidelines

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    Thankyou both for your feedback. We're making a trip to Perth on Tuesday and noticed LamaBana82 your from Perth. Any shops you'd suggest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaleissk View Post
    Thankyou both for your feedback. We're making a trip to Perth on Tuesday and noticed LamaBana82 your from Perth. Any shops you'd suggest?
    If you are on Facebook join Perth Baby Wearers. They are an incredible wealth of knowledge and there are a few home vendors as well as the big shops like baby bunting etc.

    I use my ring sling now but am hoping to get a manduca in the near future

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    I may have missed this advice in this thread, but does anyone have feedback/ recommendation for a carrier in very hot humid climate??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sm11 View Post
    I may have missed this advice in this thread, but does anyone have feedback/ recommendation for a carrier in very hot humid climate??
    There are a few mesh carriers like the breeze baby or the baby k'tan. I know baby bjorn has one too but I wouldn't recommend them as they are narrow based and not considered optimal carriers. I know there are other mesh paneled soft structured carriers available- it would be a good idea to join your local baby wearing page on fb or the buy sell swap page- lots of mamas on there will be able to point you in the right direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sm11 View Post
    I may have missed this advice in this thread, but does anyone have feedback/ recommendation for a carrier in very hot humid climate??
    Kinderpack's have a mesh panel.

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